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Asthma Causes & Triggers Aren't the Same - Find Out the Difference

These two words are sometimes used interchangeably, however they are two different Categories of the asthma disease. Causes are makes asthma Develop. Below is a chart of major causes of asthma: Causes Genetics: Having a parent or grandparent with asthma increases your likelihood of having it too. Smoking: increases risks of asthma, this includes VAPING [ See our blog post: The Dangers of Teens with Asthma and Vaping ] Women who smoke during pregnancy increase the risk of a child with asthma and Secondhand Smoke makes asthma risks higher. Weight: Extra weight can increases the risk of asthma, and makes ongoing asthma worse Respiratory Infections: infant and childhood respiratory infections

When Thunderstorms Trigger Asthma- The Im - 'Perfect Storm'

Thunderstorm Asthma is a widely reported phenomenon where asthma flares are brought on when it storms. Regular rainfall can sometimes be a help to many allergy suffers since the rain washes away some of the pollen in the air. However, thunderstorms can draw pollen up intp the clouds where they spill out in the high humidity that accompanies these dreaded storms. The winds can spread the pollen everywhere in the air to be inhaled and deposited into our respiratory systems triggering asthma attacks. Think of these little pollen buds like asthmatic Kryptonite bullets and the storm is the dispenser!! :O :{} [ Adrianne & Vanessa know what's up when staying prepped for potential asthma flares!

Beat Headaches with Peppermint & Lavender Oils! - LivingThruGrace Quick Fix!!

Peppermint is a common used oil for treating headaches. An essential oil is a concentrated liquid made from the whole plant parts such as leaves, flowers, stems even the roots and bark. Many essential oils have been used to treat various ailments for centuries. I've used essentials oils for years now, in my home cleaning and body products and peppermint has been one of my rock stars for helping me breathe better via an oil diffuser in my home [ along with eucalyptus, lavender, and tea tree oils! :() I place all of these oils in my diffuser together and they work to make breath management easier during asthma and sinus flares! ] Peppermint contains menthol which helps the muscles in the